Supply Chain Continuity Management
| 1. Supply Chain Continuity Management refers to the capability of ensuring uninterrupted flow of products and services from suppliers to customers within an acceptable level and time frame so as to safeguard the prioritized activities of the organization and interested parties.
Similar Terms: Supply Chain Business Continuity Management
Related Terms: Supply Chain, Business Continuity (BC), Business Continuity Management (BCM), Supply Chain Risk Management, Supply Chain Resiliency, Supply Chain Security
Courses: BCM Certification
- Note 1:: BCM should be applied to all the tiers of an organisation’s supply chain.
- Note 2:: In practice an organisation usually would only.
(Source: ISO 22318 Societal security – Business continuity management — Guidance on supply chain continuity)